My current prescription is:
Prescription Date: March 2020 Sphere (SPH) Cylinder (CYL) Axis Near Addition (ADD)
Right Eye 1.75 -0.50 100
Left Eye 3.25 -0.75 145
I have noticed my vision has got worse since I reached 45 years of age. I can no longer read normal text books wearing my glasses. However, if I look through the *left lens* ( 3.25) using my *right eye* then I can read books again through the right eye but this is obviously not a good or practical solution. SO I am looking to buy some clip on reading glasses that I can attach to my current glasses when I want to read a book (as my current glasses are in good condition) and I can get clip on's pretty cheap.
Does this mean that if I get clip on reading glasses that are 1.50 (3.25 – 1.75 (see above) = 1.50) in both lenses I should be able to read books again? If not how can I determine the “strength” of the reading lenses I need without going to an optometrist? Or is there another solution?